A listed 14th-century monastic guesthouse, with nearly 2 hectares of grounds within the Falaise area, on the borders of Normandy. The gothic edifice has been painstakingly restored over a interval of thirty years, beginning within the early Seventies. On the fringe of the park, there are a coach home and a former lodging. On the alternative facet, a pedestrian gate results in a path by way of a wooden with a pond. The property additionally features a barn and its meadow, surrounded by a wall, round 100 m from the primary home. The oblong, two-storey Gothic constructing is constructed of dressed and rough-hewn sandstone masonry. The nook buttresses are of limestone. Inside there’s a strong oak quarter-turn staircase, slab-paved flooring that includes purple hexagonal terracotta tiles, wood-panelled ceiling supported by uncovered beams, partitions of dressed and grouted rubble masonry, ribbed and cross-vaulted ceilings, capitals and central columns of coquina limestone, ogee and stained glass home windows, Caen stone fire…. That is the kind of historic dwelling that’s so stunning it brings me to tears. I can’t think about being lucky sufficient to personal one thing this magical. On the market through Patrice Besse for €840,000.